A recent report by Canadian Immigration officials recommends that Ottawa remove citizenship rights to babies born in Canada to non-citizens and non-residents. There are fewer than 500 cases of children born to foreign nationals in Canada each year, compared to about 360,000 total births in Canada. Why is the Canadian government continuing to pour resources and time into this when there are many more urgent and significant issues to deal with regarding foreign workers and Canadian immigration?
Today's podcast is a live webinar presented by Evelyn Ackah, Canada Immigration Lawyer to the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers: CAPS. Practical Information for ...Read More
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Canada has updated the list of technology occupations that are eligible under the Global Talent Stream, effective August 5, 2019. Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), ...Read More